Democrats launch radio ads attacking 28 House Republicans, taking some facts out of c

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  1. Revmitchell

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    The first round of attack ads in the 2010 midterm elections was announced this week by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Its new radio spots accuse 28 Republican House members variously of voting against tax breaks for working people, voting against money for schools, voting against creating jobs and voting against health insurance coverage for millions of children.

    The ads aren't exactly false, but they don't tell the whole story. Popular programs that the GOP members opposed actually were small parts of a huge package of spending and tax-cut measures that Republicans criticized as poorly designed and wasteful. And some of the ads attack Republicans for supporting measures, such as last year's financial rescue package, that Democrats also supported in even greater numbers.


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  2. Aaron

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    This is nothing new. The Dems always run adds like this. I just wonder when the Republicans are going to wake up and fight back.
     
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    Exactly why we need a "One Subject at a Time Act".

    http://www.downsizedc.org/page/osta_legislation

     

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